Andjalbbirdo – White bush apple | Natural pigments on bark
Andjalbbirdo (White Bush Apple) is a favoured food and is usually collected from the ground during Kunumeleng (November – December), the season when it becomes ripe and is ready to eat. The tree has broad round leaves, creamy white flowers and the fruit can be white or with a pink blush when ripe. The trees are to be found in lowland and sandstone coutnry, open forest, shrubland and on the margins of lowland freshwater streams.
All materials (bark & natural pigments) have been sourced on country at Kabulwarnamyo, Mok clan estate on the upper Liverpool River region.
Artwork is framed and ready to hang on your wall.